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ROSH PINA, AN EXAMPLE… HISTORY AND REALITY (From the series IMMIGRANT GENERATION)
Category: Places
Summary

Production Year: 1995
Length in Min: 25
Versions: Hebrew, Amharic

Rosh Pina, previously Othoman period Um-Juni, an upper Galilee village, that for many years was almost forgotten alongside the main road leading to northern Galilee. The veteran villagers who still live there say, that “Rosh Pina is an example of the Land, what it was like and what it wanted to become, and of the long road taken.” In 1967 Lihi Hanoch directed a film named “Rosh Pina”. The new film tries to examine the reality, thirty years later.

Director: Yuri Kobrin, Valery Pronin
Producer: Zohar Arnon

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DVD ₪60.00
DVD - Amharic ₪60.00
Video Cassette ₪45.00
Video Cassette - Amharic ₪45.00
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